This bottle is, by far, the most efficient way to spill and waste liquor while trying to pour a simple couple ounces. When looking for a budget-friendly blanco tequila for a party some time ago, I did become very curious about the flavors in play here, and simply decided to buy both bottles I was debating against. I'm definitely loving the idea of triple distillation, and the classical music playing during the process is also a nice touch (hoping for some Chopin or Vivaldi). Given that the cost wasn't very steep at all, we'll see if the spillage made earlier was acceptable, or if I need to start sucking bartop. The ethanol is very, very strong here. Sure, that might be because tequila is on every surface near me, but it really is jumping out of the glass. It's somewhat harsh, but once you get further in with the nose, you can detect the agave, and it's more vegetal than usual. Some floral notes also seep into the nose somewhat, and some sea salt can be found after pulling away a little bit. The flavor is truly hard to take in, simply because of how different this is than any other unaged tequila I've had. The agave has "broken down" more so than usual (likely due to the triple distillation), and showcases a lot of florality and light earth tones that are unexpected for being unaged. I hate to simply defer to Distiller tasting notes, but umami is definitely a big flavor factor here, creating both a blend and yet a chaotic body to ride on. This flavor remains potent for some time, before a lightly dry and salty finish comes around. Describing this particular tequila is becoming sort of a loss for me, so I'm instead trying to think of the best ways it can utilized. The flavors are too complex to enjoy neat, but I'm willing to bet that some ice may calm things down enough to be more throughly enjoyed. This is no simple margarita tequila, but instead something I'll be ready to use when a complicated, new Liquor or Punch cocktail posting comes about. I'm even thinking about how well this tequila could hold infused flavors, and whether it would overshadow added ingredients or help to boost them. The bottle style still upsets me, and overall it's too complicated and complex for me to recommend without a qualifying factor (and a good liquor, that never makes).